Fifth graders spent a sunny fall day in the woods last week for the annual trip to Calleva. The camp space is the largest outdoor education organization in Central Maryland, and includes various team building activities. Students rotated in small groups through activities that built problem solving, coordination and survival skills. Students tested their fears on zip lines, the giant swing, the round robin, and the maypole. The purpose of the trip is to teach students survival and relational skills outside of the classroom and encourage students to collaborate and think like a team.